New York's very own David Edelstein was the host of this year's New York Film Critics Circle Awards, held Tuesday at TAO Downtown, and by all accounts, he did a good job — as the stars being honored kept reminding him. Manchester by the Sea director Kenneth Lonergan, for instance, kicked off his first ... More »
Moonlight helmer Barry Jenkins is on a roll, snapping up one best director award after another this awards season, including the New York Film Critics Circle Tuesday night and then the National Board of Review on Wednesday. The latter achievement marked a milestone, with Jenkins becoming the first black person ... More »
As one of the early film awards events of the season — and a venue where attendees already know they've won — the New York Film Critics Circle awards is a fine opportunity to see leading Oscar contenders try out their speech material. And indeed, that's what Tuesday's event in downtown Manhattan...
New York Film Critics Circle gifts famed editor with special award.
The actor and comedian hit big at the New York Film Critics Circle awards dinner Tuesday.
Most of the long evening at which the New York Film Critics Circle members handed out their 82nd annual awards Tuesday night proffered the usual praise and gratitude mandatory at such affairs, with a few exceptional grace notes sprinkled in to class up the occasion. Show More Summary
Michelle Williams looks pretty as she arrives at the 2016 New York Film Critics Circle Awards on Tuesday night (January 3) in New York City. The 36-year-old actress was joined at the event by her Manchester by the Sea co-star Casey Affleck along with Mahershala Ali, Adam Driver, and La La Land director Damien Chazelle. [...]
After announcing its nominees last Wednesday, the Florida Film Critics Circle revealed its winners yesterday. Though the Miami-made film Moonlight earned 10 nominations from the critics this year, it ended up with just one win in its nominated categories: The Pauline Kael Breakout Award for director Barry Jenkins. Moonlight and its cast...
With awards season at its peak and every critics association handing out prizes, the Florida Film Critics Circle (FFCC) announced its nominations for 2016 yesterday. The official winners will be revealed Friday, but Moonlight came out on top of the nominee list with ten well-deserved nods.
Barry Jenkins’ drama Moonlight and Whit Stillman’s comedy Love & Friendship each scored seven nominations from the UK’s leading film critics today. The 37th annual Critics’ Circle Film Awards also gave Maren Ade’s Toni Erdmann, which...Show More Summary
London’s film critics are as enamored with Moonlight, Barry Jenkins’ quietly heartbreaking drama about a gay black man coming to terms with his sexuality, as their counterparts in New York and Los Angeles. The film has tied with Love & Friendship for the most nominations at the 37th annual London Critics’ Circle Film Awards, with seven nods apiece. Show More Summary
The critical accolades bestowed on “Moonlight” — it swept the Los Angeles Film Critics Assn. awards and earned multiple honors at the Gotham Awards and from the New York Film Critics Circle — are richly deserved, but director and screenwriter Barry Jenkins’ achievement is even more impressive when...
2017 Awards season updates: SAG awards nominations favor 'Manchester By the Sea,' 'Fences' and 'Moonlight' lead Dec. 14, 2016, 9:14 a.m. Awards season is underway, with all roads leading to Oscar night on Feb. 26. Keep up with all the buzz and predictions here, where you'll find the latest on the...
Aaaaaaaand they’re off folks — the 2017 Oscar contenders are charging out of the gate, starter pistol fired by the Gothams! Aaaand there’s Moonlight in the lead, Moonlight charging ahead thanks to its early anointment by the Gothams, looks like an easy race for Moonlight, but wait, what’s that, it’s the National Board of Review […]
The results show that the battle might be between "La-La Land" (which won the New York Film Critics Circle award) and "Moonlight," though "Manchester By the Sea" was a runner up in many categories as well.
Three days after the New York Film Critics Circle flagged La La Land and Moonlight for their top honors, the Los Angeles Film Critics Association has cast their votes on this year's superlatives. East Coast or West Coast, one thing is clear: Moonlight's Mahershala Ali is everybody's favorite Supporting Actor. ... More »
"La La Land" is having a good week: After scooping up the best film prize from the New York Film Critics Circle, the musical has also landed a whopping 12 nominations from the Critics' Choice Awards. The Broadcast Film Critics Association,...Show More Summary
Two groups that fancy themselves as Oscar predictors weighed in Thursday with awards and nominations. And the results were … pretty predictable. The New York Film Critics Circle, one of the nation’s oldest and most prestigious critics organizations, spent the morning alternating honors between...
The New York Film Critics Circle announced its awards on Thursday, giving best picture to “La La Land,” written and directed by Damien Chazelle. The awards were announced in real time on the group’s Twitter feed and took a number of hours to work through the voting process. It was the only prize...
We’re still fairly early into the awards season, but we should just get used to Moonlight and Manchester by the Sea dominating the conversation and the accolades in the coming months. The New York Film Critics Circle voted on their annual...Show More Summary